Economics – Lisa Barber.
Students learn the science and psychology behind the economy and the choices consumers make when participating in the five economic activities: producing, exchanging, consuming, saving and investing. Students are equipped to participate effectively in the activities of a well-functioning yet rapidly changing economy through research, observation, and decision making in this interactive course.
Personal Development – Lisa Barber.
Students work to discover their personal interests and how these interests can lead to a career. Explorations include routing a higher education path, journaling, creating dream boards, discovering unique skills, and creating a path to alternative careers such as careers in the arts, theater, music, ministry, the healing arts and herbal medicinals. Content may be student lead; individualized for each student.